How to be a Productivity Ninja : Worry Less, Achieve More and Love What You Do, Paperback

How to be a Productivity Ninja : Worry Less, Achieve More and Love What You Do Paperback

4 out of 5 (2 ratings)


In the age of information overload, traditional time management techniques simply don't cut it when it comes to overflowing inboxes, ever-expanding to-do lists and endless, pointless meetings.

Thankfully there is a better way: The Way of the Productivity Ninja.

Using techniques including Ruthlessness, Mindfulness, Zen-like Calm and Stealth & Camouflage you will get your inbox down to zero, make the most of your attention, beat procrastination and learn to work smarter, not harder.

Written by one of the UK's foremost productivity experts, How to be a Productivity Ninja is a fun, accessible and practical guide to staying cool, calm and collected, getting more done, and learning to love your work again.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 304 pages, 20 black & white illustrations
  • Publisher: Icon Books Ltd
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  • Category: Time management
  • ISBN: 9781848316836



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I requested a copy of this book to review even though I am not normally a fan of this type of book. I have a lot of different things on the go lately and they have been overwhelming my life, so I was looking for tips on how to streamline things and get better organized.I really liked the book. It is easy to read and has many practical tips on how to get the most out of your time. One of my favourite tips was to schedule your daily tasks around the times of day where your brain in normally the most active (or inactive). This has saved me time from trying to write book reviews when I think I should and save them for when my mind is more alert and can focus on them better. ;-)This book is easy to read and I would recommend it if you are looking for easy ways to get better productivity out of your day.

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Lost a few points for not being particularly applicable to my job, but it did make me think about stuff and how to organise my work life better. I read this in short bursts and I did find it interesting and thinking fodder. I am in the middle of a stressful change path in work and needed this reminder to stop and breathe and just keep going.